Jeanne is a married mother of 2 children who works as a full-time freelancer and virtual assistant. She also helps out occasionally on the farm she and her husband own together. Her background is mostly finance and medical office management. She’s currently working to improve her financial well-being and hopes to help others improve theirs… Read more
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Having an emergency fund is the best way to prevent budget busts, but are you prepared for everything? If you think you’re above it, think again. These 22 personal finance experts should have their sh*t together, yet read on as share their latest budget buster.
Good morning everyone! Please help me to welcome Brian Fourman, who is a former private school personal finance and Bible teacher now turned stay at home dad and blogger. His hobbies include rental real estate, running, cooking and sports. In his down time, he loves hanging out with his four kids and hearing his wife talk about all… Read more
Carrie wrote to me recently and said Reaching financial freedom for me is very difficult. I’ve tried and it never works. A little about myself? I’m a 21 year old college student, engaged, business owner, and we have a small pet. I really struggle with saving money and it’s starting to become a pain. My… Read more
This is a guest post by seventeen year old Eva Baker, founder of TeensGotCents. Eva Eva Baker is a high school student passionate about preparing for her financial future and helping other teenagers prepare as well. When she isn’t rock climbing at the gym or pinning ideas for her non-existent wedding, she documents her financial… Read more
During the past five years I have learned a very valuable lesson in regards to money, financial success won’t happen unless you plan for it. Much like living beneath your means and saving for the future, it is important to plan out your goals so that you know exactly what it is that you want… Read more
Step 3: Figure out how much you will need This third step to financial independence is one of the most important, because if you don’t know how much you will need then you don’t know when you can actually stop working and enjoy your lifestyle and independence. One of my cousins works in finance. He… Read more